If an employee is not OSHA compliant who is held responsible? You, the business owner! Being OSHA compliant can be intimidating but we will bring things into perspective by helping you understand the Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970, who it applies to and what to expect in the case of an inspection. Once we’ve covered the basics we’ll talk about what to do when compliance is not black and white. Let us show you how implementing written safety plans, conducting hazard assessments and training your employees can show good faith and minimize your risk! Please note: Tools For OSHA Compliance is informational in content and does not constitute advice by HPBA/HPBEF or the speaker. It is intended to assist employers in providing a safe and healthful workplace. Approval or recognition of course content by any governmental agency is neither implied nor intended.